One year ago, IndieGameStand put a new spin on the game bundle paradigm by featuring a new, handpicked indie game for “pay what you want” pricing every 96 hours.
Today the indie-focused service takes on Steam, GOG, and other online stores by opening a permanent storefront alongside their rotating 96-hour deals. With quick approval times, a favorable revenue split, and access to a growing audience hungry for quality indie games, the new IndieGameStand Store will greatly lower the barrier to entry for independent developers who have been stymied by Steam and other channels.
Now open at http://indiegamestand.com/store, the IndieGameStand Store currently has 94 games from 72 developers, including most of the titles that have been featured so far in 96-hour deals. Episodic adventure series Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller, puzzle platformer Escape Goat, sandbox village management game Gnomoria, and co-op dungeon crawler Dungeon Dashers are among the fourteen games that have been selected by the IGS staff for the site’s grand opening sale, all with markdowns of 15% or more through October 1: https://indiegamestand.com/launch-sale.php